Best Bars On The Bermondsey Beer Mile

If you're looking for some of the best craft beer in London, everyone knows this South London strip is spot to find it. Home to many of the UK's most exciting pint producers, the Bermondsey Beer Mile is awash with pubs, bars and taprooms just waiting to pour you out a glass of something hoppy, and we're rounding up the best of the bunch.

Last updated on 28th November 2022




Located on Enid Street, Gosnells Meadery Taproom is a top-notch option if you're after a spot on the Bermondsey Beer Mile. Come rain or shine, this venue has a pretty outdoor space, alongside a cosy drinking area inside. Hungry? There are plenty of snacks and a BYOF policy.

Hawkes

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This popular cidery and taproom is another Bermondsey Beer Mile bar worth paying a visit to. Housed in an old railway arch, Hawkes specialises in all things apple-based, with hand-drawn pints of their own craft cider available, alongside an extensive guest selection.

Fourpure Taproom

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An excellent Bermondsey Beer Mile brewery and taproom, Fourpure's South London set-up encompasses a huge industrial hangar with room for all. Alongside their gigantic ground-level bar area, you'll find a range of other spaces for hire, including a wrap-around mezzanine and a tree house-inspired private tasting room.

The Arch House

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Located along the epic Bermondsey Beer Mile, The Arch House offers fresh pints from Anspach & Hobday, as well as a load of exciting guest breweries. Head on over for ciders and gluten-free sips, as well as wines, bubbles and a range of tasty bar snacks.

One of the best pubs on the Bermondsey Beer Mile, The Marquis of Wellington is a friendly local with a passion for craft brews and quality pizza. Boozehounds can take advantage of their drinks-focused event schedule, as the team bring in local brewers and distillers to talk through their wares.